The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Stuttering, Autism, Sibling and Developmental disorder. Tedra A. Walden studies Developmental psychology, focusing on Nonverbal communication in particular. His Stuttering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Communication disorder, Language disorder and Conversation.
His study looks at the intersection of Language disorder and topics like Temperament with Preschool child and Big Five personality traits. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Visual perception and Facial expression. His studies deal with areas such as Context, Social referencing and Affective behavior as well as Affect.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Stuttering, Social psychology, Temperament and Social referencing. His work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Social relation, Cognitive psychology and Affect. His work in Social relation tackles topics such as Developmental disorder which are related to areas like Sibling and Social cognition.
His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Visual perception, Anger and Facial expression. Tedra A. Walden combines subjects such as Conversation and Preschool child with his study of Stuttering. His Temperament research integrates issues from Emotional stimuli and Self-control.
Tedra A. Walden focuses on Stuttering, Developmental psychology, Association, Arousal and Audiology. Tedra A. Walden interconnects Psychological testing, Clinical psychology, Rating scale, Temperament and Vocabulary in the investigation of issues within Stuttering. His Rating scale study combines topics in areas such as Preschool child, Fluency and Linguistic sequence complexity.
His work in the fields of Developmental psychology, such as Implicit-association test, intersects with other areas such as Reactivity. The concepts of his Arousal study are interwoven with issues in Cognitive psychology and Self-awareness. His research in Audiology intersects with topics in Executive functions, Emotional intelligence, Video technology and Visual perception.
Tedra A. Walden mostly deals with Stuttering, Developmental psychology, Association, Arousal and Implicit attitude. A majority of his Stuttering research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Experimental testing and Vagal tone. His Experimental testing research covers fields of interest such as Articulation, Negative emotion and Persistence.
His Vagal tone research spans across into areas like Psychological testing, Audiology, Visual perception, Emotional intelligence and Executive functions. Arousal is often connected to Stress in his work. Tedra A. Walden has included themes like Stereotype, Social desirability and Implicit-association test in his Implicit attitude study.
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The development of social referencing.
Tedra A. Walden;Tamra A. Ogan.
Child Development (1988)
Production and discrimination of facial expressions by preschool children.
Tiffany M. Field;Tedra A. Walden.
Child Development (1982)
Relation of emotional reactivity and regulation to childhood stuttering
Jan Karrass;Tedra A. Walden;Edward G. Conture;Corrin G. Graham.
Journal of Communication Disorders (2006)
Predicting social impairment and ASD diagnosis in younger siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder
Paul Yoder;Wendy L. Stone;Tedra Walden;Elizabeth Malesa.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2009)
Discrimination of facial expressions by preschool children.
Tedra A. Walden;Tiffany M. Field.
Child Development (1982)
Effects of Different Attentional Cues on Responding to Joint Attention in Younger Siblings of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Alison G. Presmanes;Tedra A. Walden;Wendy L. Stone;Paul J. Yoder.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2007)
The effect of context and age on social referencing.
Tedra A. Walden;Abigail Baxter.
Child Development (1989)
Early Social-Communicative and Cognitive Development of Younger Siblings of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
Wendy L. Stone;Caitlin R. McMahon;Paul J. Yoder;Tedra A. Walden.
JAMA Pediatrics (2007)
Infant social referencing
Tedra A. Walden.
Dual Diathesis-Stressor Model of Emotional and Linguistic Contributions to Developmental Stuttering
Tedra A. Walden;Carl B. Frankel;Anthony P. Buhr;Anthony P. Buhr;Kia N. Johnson;Kia N. Johnson.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2012)
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